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Reverse Mortgage Rules Become More Like Regular Mortgages in March

Starting March 2, borrowers will have to show they have the resources to keep up with property taxes and homeowner's insurance premiums.

Here's Why Index Investing May Actually Be Fine in Rocky Times

Common wisdom and common sense say the same thing: Index-style investing is best when markets are calm, but active investing may have the edge when they aren't.

Low-End Housing Boost Means Millennials Moving Out of the Basement

More lower-end home sellers help meet demand from entry-level buyers, then re-enter the market in search of a slightly pricier homes.

How to Decide Whether to Refinance Your Home's Mortgage Now

Much to the experts' surprise, the U.S. may be on the verge of another refinancing boom. Should you take part?

Your Life Insurance Policy Is Probably Thoroughly Out of Date

These policies can stay in place for decades, with people just paying the premium and forgetting about it. Heres why that’s a mistake.

These Are the Best Ways to Use What the Money You're Saving on Gas

Gasoline prices have plummeted by more than $1.50 a gallon since July, and that’s money in the pocket for drivers. 

Here Are the Best Ways to Use the Money You’re Saving on Gas

Gasoline prices have plummeted by more than $1.50 a gallon since July, and that’s money in the pocket for drivers.

4 Things Homebuyers Have to Think About Before Signing the Papers

Consumers clearly realize housing market conditions have improved, but are nervous about buying. Here's what to think about for homebuyer peace of mind.

What It Means for You as Home Price Gap Becomes Biggest Ever

With a pricing gap as large as today's between new and used homes, buyers should think twice about clinging to the desire to own a new one.

How It Can Be a Buyer's, Seller's Housing Market at the Same Time

If neither side can have everything it wants, a market with no ugly surprises is a pretty good compromise.

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